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New Music From Houston Artists This Week, September 18-24

Brand-new songs from Langston Hunter, Madeline the Person and more.

By Shelby Stewart September 24, 2021


Langston Hunter released his latest song, "Chrono."

If there's ONE THING WE KNOW FOR SURE, it's that Houston's sound isn't a monolith. Today's artists carve out their own distinct lanes and, fans will surely follow, or at least that's the case for music performs who emerge from tiny pockets of the city. With creatives as immensely talented as ours, it's no wonder most music trends birth right here in the Bayou City. 

Here's all-new music from Houston artists this week.  

Madeline the Person, Chapter 2: The Shedding 


The rising Tik Toker is well on her way to becoming Houston's next big pop star. Warner Records signee, Madeline The Person recently released her new EP, Chapter 2: The Shedding, a followup to her debut, Chapter 1: The Longing. While on the outside she looks like a blossoming tween idol, her music is intimate, offering listeners an opportunity to know the rising star on a more personal level. 

Langston Hunter, "Chrono"


Langston Hunter's latest, "Chrono" is a new rap track that leans on techno beats. Hunter effortlessly flows on the song, enlisting the help of local musicians CA The Don and Uncle Tino.

Kari Faux, Lowkey Superstar Deluxe


Houston's latest music adoptee Kari Faux, has released a deluxe rendition of her 2020 effort, Lowkey Superstar. On the deluxe album, Faux gets assists from Yung Baby Tate, Smino, J.I.D, and Jazz Cartier. 

Famo, "2 In the Morning"


The New York-born and Houston-bred R&B singer Famo, is bringing upbeat vibes to the city with his latest, "2 In the Morning." Not only does the song feel like a breath of fresh air, but comes with a dance—the "2 am Step." 

Lilly Aviana, Late Bloom Deluxe


The Houston songstress re-released her debut album, Late Bloom, with a deluxe version that includes one new song, "About You" and two new visuals. The introspective album discusses pain, healing and growth. 

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